A formula for success
When Luc was named Sutton Immobilia’s “Recruit of the Year” in 2003, he was asked to what he owed his success as a real estate broker.
“Swimming,” he said. “I was a competitive swimmer for years, and then I coached elite athletes. Success in swimming and real estate boils down to the same approach. Think out carefully what you want to do. Pay attention to the details. Keep your eye on the goal, and work smart and hard every day.”
Totally focused on real estate
For nearly 20 years, Luc has been buying, marketing, and developing real estate. He bought his first property at 25, and continued buying, renovating, selling, and managing properties until he decided to make real estate his life. He got his real estate broker’s license in 2002, and became a chartered broker in 2007.
Developing the city, one condo project at a time
When Luc joined forces with a condo developer in 2004, the project he had to market was not even a hole in the ground. With a black-and-white building plan, some samples of wood, and a sales space that warmed to -10°C, Luc sold out the project.
Luc loved learning about construction and confirmed he had an eye for design. As part of his on-going partnerships with developers, he travels to Europe and the U.S. to stay abreast of trends in construction and design that can benefit his clients.
A blog slightly ahead of its time
Luc teamed up with François Chicoine in 2005 and founded the “Blog Montreal Immobilier.” Today, the website gets thousands of hits per month and is one of Montreal’s premier websites in real estate.
Outside of work, Luc enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids. A longtime believer in giving back to the community, he’s involved with charities like Centraide, the BNI Foundation, and the Canadian Cancer Society.